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A heavily fortified military structure is generally referred to as a bunker. Bunkers have been used throughout history as a means to protect occupants or…

The Treaty of Versailles, which limited Germany’s military production and strength, made no specific mention of armored cars, allowing Germany to design them at will.…

History’s most famous and arguably most important air battle was the Battle of Britain, where the outnumbered RAF fought against a formidable enemy attempting to…

Jack Beckett

Patriotism means some men are willing to fight and die for their country. Taken to the extreme, that impulse means that some are willing to…

Damian Lucjan

By Jeremy P. Amick Matt Fife has many memories to reflect upon from his time with the Missouri National Guard, which spanned more than a…

Jeremy Amick

When actor Gary Sinise starred as Lt. Dan in the movie Forrest Gump, he spoke to a number of veterans in order to accurately portray…

For the USA, day one of WWII came on the 7th December 1941 at Pearl Harbor, where sixteen Medal of Honor acts of valor took…

This short video takes you on a detailed tour of the He 111 CASA 2.111, an aircraft based on the German Heinkel He 111 that…

The US Navy shipbuilder of choice, Newport News Shipbuilding, is relocating the USS Enterprise from Pier 2 for key quay upgrade works so that it…

A touching memorial to 2 World War I pilots who died in a tragic mid-air collision can be found in the county of Essex, England.…

Unity of Command II keeps on giving for the strategy aficionados. After tackling fortress Europe as the Allies in the base game and happily trampling…

A super rare German cannon from World War I has been found in Canada. The relic was buried in a baseball field and forgotten about…